Case Study

Managing risk across borders: ZEiM plc: Doing business in post-crisis Russia

24 pages
October 1999
Reference: IMD-3-0816

ZEIM PLC is a Russian company who has successfully restructured itself and is profitable within the difficult operating environment of Russia. Now they are seeking a western joint venture partner to gain access to new technology and new markets. They have identified W.S. Atkins as this partner–is it the right choice?

Keywords
Joint Venture, Industrial Equipment
Settings
Russia
1999
Type
Field Research
Copyright
© 1999
Available Languages
English
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Teaching note, Video
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Managing risk across borders: Russia: Background information
By Paul Strebel Janet Shaner and A. Louzine
Case reference: IMD-3-0817 ©1999
Summary
Selected articles published in 1999 describing the situation in Russia. Intended to provide background information for the cases "ZEIM PLC: DOING BUSINESS IN POST-CRISIS RUSSIA" (IMD ref. IMD-3-0816) and "W.S. ATKINS: STRATEGY FOR RUSSIA" (IMD ref. IMD-3-0836).
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Reference IMD-3-0817
Copyright ©1999
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Available Languages English
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